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Dtm/Ja'a Seed" jUx-Smua The Iowa State Dairy Association is running a special Educational Dairy Train Over the Burlington Route in Charge of Prof. Hugh G. Van Pelt State Dairy Expert. The train will be at Leon 3:30 p. m. Thursday, March 3rd, and will carry some of the most improved champion dairy-bred animals, which will be used to demonstrate the essential points to be observed in selecting and breeding great economical and profitable milk and butter producing cows baggage car loaded with miniature silos, cow testing machines and dairy literature. Lectures will be given by recognized authorities from* the Depart ment of Agriculture at Washington, the Iowa State Dairymen's Assn., the State Dairy Commissioner's Office, the Iowa State Col lege and representatives of the big Dairy and Breeders' papers. For Over Thirty Years THl CENT*UH COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY Are You Going to Buyaf Range or Cook Stove This Spring Come—You Can't Afford to Miss It. C. M. KETCHAM, Agent C., B. & Q. R. R. TH0S. H. BROWN SUCCESSOR TO BROWN BROS. & BALLINGER. Live Stock Commission Merchant: AND SUBOEON. Offlc# ow AJ« odor'6 drug store. Phone 7. iX PttfcD A. i). 1iY81CIAN AND SURGEON ,Leon, Iowa. Offli* hours 11 to 12 a. 1:30 to 3:30 p. to 8:30 p. m. Leon Phone, Office 7 -rflHldenr* 38 Farmers Mutual, Office 6—residence 11. "wete) study and attention given to Beotal Disease* Rooms I. K. & L. Exchange Building Union Stock Yards, Chicago. DRAIN TILE For prices and information write OTTUMWA BRICK & CONSTRUCTION CO. OTTUMWA, IOWA Woodland. Eli Hutchinson returned Monday from an over Sunday visit at Leon. Dr. J. S. Coontz, of Garden Grove, was a professional caller here last Monday. There are several cases of mumps reported in and around Woodland. Mrs. John Massey went to Cains ville Friday for a visit with relatives and friends. M. M. Emmack, of near Allerton, was a business caller here Friday. Oke Beavers and C. P. Browning, of Lineville, were Leon callers last Tuesday. There will be regular services at the A. C. church next Sunday con ducted by the pastor, Elder W. S. Bowden. Born, Friday, Feb. 25, 1910, to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beavers, a son. meeting held last Friday night. The members contemplate giving a home talent play in the near future. Word was received here recently of the marriage of Miss Bessie Farver and Mr. Curtis Swan, of La Mar, Colorado. Both were former residents of Woodland, and their many friends here extend congratu lations. A number of friends were enter tained at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Newlin Sunday, and all report having a very delightful time. Those present were Ivan Coontz, Misses Ruth Robertson, Etta Ryan, Lenna King, Sarah Coontz, Cora Beavers, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cox, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Beavers. Miss. Hilda Riddle spent Sunday with Erema and lone Woolman. Moving has been the order of the past week. Jasper Bethards and wife have moved into the house on the J. F. Newlin farm, Mr. Tuller onto the Mrs. C. Seifer place, J. S. Keller from near Leon to the farm he recently purchased from his father east of town, and Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Keller to the property they bought of Mrs. Truitt here. E. L. Beavers and P. E. Hutchin son made a busines trip to Clio last Thursday. Mrs. Mary Beavers returned Fri day from a visit of several weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jas. Konklin, near Leon. R. D. Lockwood was transacting business at Garden Grove Friday. C. C. Dye made a business trip to Keosauqua Friday, returning Sun day. Novia S. Beavers went to St. Joe Sunday for treatment from an e.i and nose specialist. The Johnston-Bethards sal© held last Wednesday was well attended. Mr. Johnston and family will move to Garden Grove and Mr. Bethards and family to Newton, Kansas. Carl and Miss Coy Lane have been on the sick list the past week. The Loyal Workers Society held a business meeting at the A. C. church 1'i.aay night. Frank French has rented Mrs. Sarah Smith's farm east of town and will move soon. A number of the schools will close Friday. The pupils of the south Woodland school, assisted by their teacher, Ivan Coontz, will give a program "Friday afternoon. Miss Myrtle Newlin returned last Sunday from Lineville. Mrs. Jas. Konklin and son Vere, of near Leon, came Friday for a visit with Mrs. Mary Beavers. Mrs. John Farver is on the sick list. Near Death in Big Pond. It was a thrilling experience to Mrs. Ida Soper to face death. "For years a severe lung trouble gave me intense suffering," she writes, "and several times nearly caused my death. All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable. Then Dr. King's New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years." Mrs. Soper lives in Big Pond, Pa. It works wonders in coughs and colds, sore lungs, hemorrhages, la grippe, asthma, croup, whooping cough and all bronchial affections. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Van Werden & Kopp. Kingston. (Delayed.) We think from appearances that sleds will be used awhile yet. George Bigger and M. F. Springer were on the sick list last week. Dr. Jeffries was called to Mr. Bigger's. Will Goodman had business in Des Moines last week. Mrs. Blanche Redman and chil dren went to Van Wert Saturday for a visit of several days with her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beers attended the funeral of Mrs. McKee, near Grand River, Friday. She was a sis ter of Mrs. Beers. Walter and Fred Redman loaded their cars Friday and Saturday and Monday started for Dakota. Guy Smith and wife took dinner Sunday at George Smith's. Mr. Hart's brother from Nebraska came last Tuesday and visited sever al days. George and Walter Redman had business in Leon Monday% Frank Binning and wife attended the golden wedding of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.' -Henry Bin nig at their home in Grand River Monday. Charles Brown and family spent Sunday at Ora Eaton's. Bessie Upfield called at Ben Red man's Friday afternoon. How's This? We offer One Hundred Italian* (toward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure F. .1. Chkxby A Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, hove known P. J. Cheney for th&last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all bu9inesH transactions and financially able to oarry out any obligations made by their firm. Wbht A Trltax Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, Warding,K inn an /h THE LEON REPORTER, THURSDAY, MARCH 3,1910. O. Marvin, Wholesale Drug- I glfiiK, Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrfi Cure Is taken internally, ucting -directly upon the blood'and mucous surfaces of the syfitttjn. Testimonial* went free. Price 75c. per bot* tie. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation. .. IT W\ T'","* Garden Grove. Miss Rose Bennett recently return ed from Des Moines where she had been attending college. Miss Alice Bunney returned last week from Beloit, Kansas, where she spent the winter visiting relatives. Dr. Lyon, of Iowa City, came Sat urday to visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Lyon. llarve Warrington and family have rented the MeCaull property. Charles Schofield left this week on a business trip to St. Louis. Thomas Churchill went to Des Moines Thursday to see his daughter who is ill. Mrs. liammill, who has been a Sliest of her son, J. C. liammill, re ti.rued to her home in Kansas City Friday. John Beckwith and Ed Cartwright ai the Charles Ridgeway home, re were business callers at Lineville last turned to, Osceola Friday. Thursday. E. A. Bright, Roy and Irl Beavers, J. E. Lentz, Frank Ross, P. E. Hutch inson, J. S. and Claude Beavers at tended the horse sale at Leon Sat urday. The 13th anniversary of the B. A. Y. lodge was observed at the regular graphs. .Misses F.ern and Freda Boeger '.vent to Davis Cily last Friday. Misses Jennie and Nannie Ball, of Derby, were guests of Miss Laura Aten last week. J. E. Vail recently purchased one of the famous Amberola phono- E. O. Lovett made.a business trip to South Dakota last week. Miss Mary Ricks, of Davis City, came Friday to visit at the George Soufer home. Mrs. C. D. Mallette went to Marshalltown last week to visit rel atives. Miss Alma Pryor went to Humes ton Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Clair Porter. Charles Ridgeway returned last Friday from a trip to Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark came last week from northern Missouri to visit her mother, Mrs. Ed Aten. Mr. Sell, of Leon, visited friends here over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jones were Leon visitors Saturday. Mrs. Dud Smith went to Leon last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell and her mother,"' Mrs. Perry Wolverton, of Humeston, were here Saturday on business. Mrs. Leo Sullivan, of Helena, Mo., is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Young. Leo has been transferred to Blythedale. The Lurid Glow of Doom was seen in the red face, hands and body of the little son of H. M. Adams, of Henrietta, Pa. His awful plight from eczema had, for five years, defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors, who said the poisoned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him. "But," writes his mother, "seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him." For eruptions, eczema, salt rheum, sores and all blood dis orders and rheumatism Electric Bit ters is supreme. Only 50c. Guaran teed by Van Werden & Kopp. New Buda. Little muddy in this locality. John McDaniel and wife are the proud parents, of a baby girl. Vernon Hayes, of Afton, Iowa, is here visiting his sister, Mrs. Myles Boeger. Miss Myrl Thompson spent a few days last week with her cousin, Miss Belle Latta. Mrs. J. B. Hardinger visited a few days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Epperley, of Leon. Mr. and Mrs. John Hagen are the parents of a bab3r boy. Wm. Craig is working for Frank Flora. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Flora spent Sun day with Mrs. Flora's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Longacre. Mrs. A. W. Martin spent Sunday at O. L. Fetty's. Mrs. Sam Hamilton returned to her home at Albany, Mo., after a few days visit with her mother, Mrs. M. Dobozy. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hagen spent last Sunday with her parents, Thomas McDaniels and wife. The mumps are still raging in this vicinity. Ira McClain has sawed a nice lot of lumber for George Fetty and is still sawing. Mr. Fetty is making a specialty of filling all orders for lfimber. Samuel Miller is moving from north of Davis City to south of this locality about a mile known as the Williams farm. Miss Alice Latta is visiting with her aunt, Mrs. Emery Thompson. Miss Etta Hardinger has com menced teaching school at String town. Mrs. Nelson Atteberry spent Fri day with Mrs. George Fetty. A telegram was received here Thursday that Mrs. J. C. Higdon, of South Haven, Kansas, was dead. She was the daughter of Mrs. George Fetty. She and her husband were former residents of this locality. Miss Lola Craig is working for John McDaniel. George Boak has moved to Davis City. Mrs. A. W. Martin called on Mrs. J. W. Latta last Friday. Ira McClain went to Ottumwa on business. Mr. Ephraim McDaniel and Miss Stella Manchester, both of this vicin ity, were happily married at the bride's home last Wednesday. The groom is one of New Buda's best farmers, the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McDaniel. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Man chester, and one New Buda's finest young ladies, Rev. Wm. Manchester being the officiating minister. J. F. Hagen sold a nice bunch of corn fed steers to F. Bounce last Monday. "Mr. Orville Butcher and Miss Beulah Wheeler were happily mar ried last Wednesday. Many from here attended the play .at Davis City last week. Miss Kate Dobozy is working for Thomas Sutherlin. Many renters are moving in this locality and getting ready for spring work. It expels all poisons, stimulates system and purifies the blood. Such is Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea the most effective preventative and cure of bad blood, constipation and sluggish liver. W. C. Stempel & Co. fl"- Possum Trot. Arthur Worden and wife drove down to Leon Monday after their luue daughter Georgia who has been staying with her grandparents the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Ball spent Monday afternoon at Frank NVor den's. Mrs. Kate Tansey and daughters returned to their home in YVeldon Monday afternon. Mrs. Will Davis attended the meet ing of the Christian Aid Society in \ve,uon Monday afternoon. Haiiey Golf, of Weldon, helped Mr. Fronk with some work Monday and Tuesday. Perry Worden and family spent Sunday with friends in Leon. Elbert Worden spent last Monday Miss Yates, who has been visiting night at Lioyd Smith's. Charley Meacham and Mr. Warner attended the Mr. Russell sale last Tuesday. Frank Worden was a business caller at Lloyd Smith's Tuesday afternoon. Perry Worden was calling on his father Tuesday morning. Lloyd Smith and family were call ing at J. J. Smith's Tuesday after noon. Mrs. Arthur Worden and daughter spent Tuesday with Mrs. Hegg. C. I). Worden and Mrs. Roland Ball were Wednesday callers at the home of Frank Worden. Charley liacker and brother are moving on the Harris place this week. C. D. Worden and wife were busi ness callers at Van Wert Wednesday afternoon. John McClain, of Virginia, 111., was the guest of Frank Fronk last Wednesday night. Harold Haskill was a caller at Mr. Fronk's Wendnesday afternoon. Mrs. C. Meacham and her father, Mr. "Hoffman, went to Osceola last Thursday for a few days visit at the home of Mrs. Boggs. Mrs. Dan Evans and Mrs. Hugh Smith attended a reception given last Thursday afternoon by the ladies of the M. E. Aid Society for Mrs. Finley Johnston, Mrs. John Abercrombie and Grandma Lillard, as they will soon leave for their new homes in Montana. Mrs. Finley Johnston and two sons spent Thursday night at the home of Will Davis. Miss Ina Fronk was a business caller at Weldon Thursday after noon. Claude Worden and wife speat last Thursday at Gus Sigler's. Perry Worden was calling on his father at Frank Worden's last Fri day morning. Mrs. Will Davis took dinner Fri day with Mrs. L. A. Mitchell, of Wel don. Lloyd Smith and family spent one evening the past week at Arthur Worden's. Ira Worden and Lloyd Hensley spent Friday evening at Arthur Wor den's. Mrs. Roland Ball and so* and Newman Chester were calling at the Frank Worden home Saturday even ing. Frank and Ira Worden attended lodge at Weldon Saturday night. Those attending the dance at Mr. Fronk's Saturday night report a fine time. Arthur Worden and family spent Sunday with Perry Worden. Lloyd Smith and family spent Sun day at the home of Ross Judd, east of Weldon. Ed Worden, wife and daughter, Claude Worden and wife spent Sun day at the Roland Ball home. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pollard and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Newman Manchester spent Sunday at Everett Walker's. .Inose spending Sunday at Frank Worden's were Charley Worden and wife, Uncle Joe Worden, Lloyd Hens ley, E. T. Worden and Ivan Ball. Miss Littell, the nurse at J. J. Smith's, was quite sick Sunday with la grippe. Hugh Smith and family spent last Saturday night at Gus Sigler's. Ira Worden spent Sunday at J. II. Delk's. Lottie Worden spent last Saturday night with Ina Fronk. Clint Markham, of Leon, spent Sunday at Charley Worden's. Lew Overholtzer and family were calling in this neighborhood Sunday. Frank Delk, of Weldon, was call ing on Lloyd Hensley Sunday. Good Hope. (Delayed.) F. S. Plotts went to Indianola last Monday to take possession of a feed store and mill which he purchased of Arthur Richey, of that place, in exchange for his farm. His family will follow in the near future. Mrs. Clare Githens and daughter Mildred returned to their home at Decatur Saturday after a visit of several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson. Clyde Stevens moved Tuesday of last week to the Granville Long farm near Crown and Earl Wise has mov ed on the M. R. Sanger farm vacated by him. Miss Dale Wise visited last week with her brother, Grant and wife, of Van Wert. Will Devore and family, of near Van Wert, spent Sunday with the latter's sister, Mrs. William Mc Jimpsey. Nathan Smith, of St. Joe, visited last week with his sister, Mrs. Ed McGhuey, and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Downey and daughter Eddis took dinner with L. C. Thompson and family Sunday. W. H. Wise and daughter Grace, Percy Black and Halger Rasmussen were Sunday callers at the F. S. Plotts home. Howard Muse, of near Leon, spent Saturday night and Sunday with his friend, Ray Thompson. Mabel Meacham took dinner with Ivah Thompson Sunday. Mrs. M. J. Waterman departed Saturday for a several months' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Mae Church, at Kansas City, and also a son at Miami, Okla. Mabel Meacham and Ivah Thomp 3on were Leon callers Saturday. F. E. Wise, wife and mother made a business trip to Leon Friday, asa Frem the Experience People. iwnreTS?p Pleasant Valley No. 2. W. M. Briner and wife were visit ing last Saturday at George Jones' Jn Clarke county. Miss Helen Rush, of Van Wert, was visiting last week with her aunt, Mrs. Isaac Foland. Mrs. Arthur Evans and son Gerald, of Grand River, are visiting this week with her mother, Mrs. Lavina Jirnmerson. Joseph Burns was calling on his friends last Sunday. Samuel Briner is moving from Clarke county to the John Brown farm on Short Creek, which he has rented for this year. Misses Nina Foland and Helen Rush called on Mrs. John Acton last Sunday. Mrs. Lavina Jirnmerson was visit ing with Sirs. Henry Schmidt last Wednesday. Albert Kirkpatrick and his moth er, Mrs. Sarah Kirkpatrick, moved last week to the farm they bought last fall from F. Edwards. Mrs. Allan Pence was calling at 11. L. F,rammer's last Tuesday. George Jones' daughter, who has been sick for some time, died last Monday night at the home of her father, from tuberculosis. The funeral was held from the home on ednesday, interment being in the Young cemetery. She was loved by all who know her. We did not learn her age, but she was about sixteen. Judson Vanderpool and wife are moving on the farm known as the llukill farm east of Grand River about two miles. James McKee lias bought the farm on Elk Creek known as the Jacob Ross place. H. L. Brammer had business at Eminet Foland's Friday evening. William Glazebrook, of Sand Creek, has bought the Sidney Walters farm and will take posses sion soon. Burr Oak Kidge. A March thaw out the past week. Henry Johnston and family de parted for Osceola where they go to make their home. Mrs. Craig, of Leon, visited her mother last Sunday. George and John McCalla moved to Davis City last week. Everett Martin and family -were Leon visitors last Sunday. John Frost and wife went to Al lerton Sunday to attend the funeral of Grandpa Bracewell, who died at that place Friday. Oda Vanderpool'8 visited at G. Vamderpool's last Sunday. Oda hais recently moved on the C. Trembley farm. George McCalla returned from Dee Moines Friday where he went to visit his mother and father. Mrs. Dell Konk,lin visited over Su»day at A. J. Rumley's. Frank Chastain and family epettt Su*day at Roy Gammon's. REAPING BENEFIT. of Leon We are fortunate indeed to be able to profit by the experience of our neighbors. The pubic utterances of4 Leon residents on the following sub ject will interest and benefit thous ands of our readers. Read this state ment No better proof can be had. W. N. Perdew, mail carrier ot, Leon, Iowa, says: "Five years ago I commenced to suffer from kidney and bladder trouble. I first noticed pains in my back, especially severe at night when I returned from my work. My kidneys were also dis ordered, the secretions being irregu lar in passage and causing me much annoyance. I grew weak and languid and had no ambition to do my work. I was fast becoming discouraged, but when I used Doan's Kidney Pills,, they did me so much good that I. continued taking them until I was: rid of every symptom of kidney trouble. I recommend Doan's Kid ney Pills at every opportunity." For sale by all dealers. Price 50.- cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United. States. Remember the name—Doan's— and take no other. Notice of Probating Will. To all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the clerk of the district court of Iowa, in and for Decatur county, an instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of William Meek er, late of said county, deceased, and that 2 o'clock p. m. of the 22nd day of March, 1910, has been fixed for the probate of said will, at which, time you can appear at the court house in said county and show cause, if any there be, why said will should, not be admitted to probate. In witness whereof, I have here unto set my [Seal.-] hand and affixed the seal of said court at Leon, Iowa, this 21st day of February, 1910.- J. L. Mendenhall, Clerk of District Court. D. A. DALE Optometrist Office North Side Square Eyes Scientifically Fitted. Latest Improved Methods for Ex amlning the Eyes. ML J* Office Hoars: 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. every day nxcept Sunday and Monday. 1st and 3rd Mondays each month I am in Davis City, at Cooper Hotel. 2nd and 4th Mondays each month at -Van Wert, at Palace Hotel. -.